EU commits to social rights at a summit in Porto


European Union leaders met this weekend in the Portuguese city of Porto. This summit is part of the European Pillar of Social Rights Action Plan, presented by the European Commission last March. During this meeting, the European heads of government will outline new measures to create more jobs and reduce poverty, the main objectives of the project. In addition, politicians will meet with trade unions, organizations, civil society and an informal European Council. “This is a historic moment,” said Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa. Together with Costa, Ursula von der Leyen, David Sassoli and representatives of civil society signed the “Porto…

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